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't matter. >>> coming up a little later, peggy noonan and eugene robinson will be here. >>> and when we come back, a look at mika's must-read opinion pages. you're watching "morning joe" brewed by starbucks. >>> my name is scott brown. and i'm running for the united states senate. this is my truck. i put a lot of miles on it during this campaign. wherever i go, people tell me they're concerned about the path our country is on. spending is out of control. government keeps getting bigger and bigger. it's time for a new direction. i love this old truck. it's brought me closer to the people of this state. and i want to speak for them as their next united states senator. i'm scott brown and i approve this message because it's time we end business as usual in washington. >> hey, dad. >> martha knows the struggles massachusetts working families face because she's lived those struggles. she's fought for the people of massachusetts every single day. as attorney general, she took on wall street and recovered millions for massachusetts taxpayers. she went after big insurance companies, took on privator
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. they did shed some light on what's going on with this case. >> gomez, along with peggy came to court in a stretch limo. a crowd of cameras from local and national networks swarmed around them. inside, we understand they met with the secret service along with u.s. attorneys. they met with the grand jury around 2:00, by 3:00, they were done. >> called to testify as back witnesses. >> we were not told what they spoke about, but it all stems from the night the salahi's entered the white house uninvited. >> i have never experienced it and i will never forget it. >> the day of event, the salahi's spent hours being groomed at the salon. two stylists worked on salahi's hair and makeup. >> this is a very stressful time for all. it's very much respected time that we have to show respect for the justice suspect, the white house, and everyone involved. >> as an american citizen, i'm here to serve my country. >> james will only say that they want to thank all of their loyal customers. under any other circumstances, the salon owners say they keep clients information private. >> i thank you
in haiti's rubble. peggy fox shows us how search and rescue teams train for that kind of a mission. >> reporter: finding survivors under piles of concrete takes a delicate balance between heavy machinery and careful searching. >> once we get up to it, we can see if, in fact, we do have a victim. >> reporter: dc's search and rescue team practices these drills regularly. this concrete plant provides plenty of slabs to look through and drill under. >> when they're looking for possible victims, they start with a listening device. and with these headphones, they can hear even the tiniest of fingernail scratching. >> reporter: take a listen. they also use rotating cameras fitted on the end of extension poles. >> as i see a victim right there so i would notify the chief i can see a victim, a live victim. and then we would go and extricate that person. >> once they find somebody, then a rescue group comes in behind them to start digging. and that crew moves on to the next building. so they're always leapfrogging each other going from building to building to building. >> reporter: after all
. the national safety council finds 10,000 people die from the actions of such drivers. peggy fox talked to some people who the fight to make distracted driving illegal is personal. >> she hit it so hard her car blew up. >> reporter: carrie witnessed a distracted driver kill herself when he swerved off the road two months ago. >> she kept looking down and then looking up. so she was obviously looking for something in the car. as i started to go up the hill it is like her car exploded. it was like boom! >> reporter: stories like that are fueling a new fight against distracted driving. it is spear headed by a group called focus driven. its founding members have all lost loved ones because of distracted drivers. >> look at that beautiful smile. and that beautiful smile, and the x-rays of her teeth are what identified her body. >> she should have graduated this year from college. her mother and i should have seen her wed and held our first grand baby. >> so if they see somebody with a cell phone in their hand, they are going to give them a ticket. >> reporter: they appeared with transportation secre
, they are also on their way here and coming up at six, peggy fox, they have a story of the frederick maryland family. and that is finallying going to be bringing home a haitian child. and that they have been trying to adopt for three years. >>> the school in rockville, they have been reaching out to the people of haiti for nearly two years now. and now, one week after the earthquake, the entire school, they are mobilizing to do their part from home. lindsey mastis has that story. >> this is our little village. >> reporter: because of being short, students at st. catholics public school know all about haiti. >> they don't have good houses, just mud out here. >> reporter: the students have been raising money and donating supplies since their teacher first traveled there with the connection mission nearly two years ago. >> my first trip was very emotional. and i thought i was prepared. emotionally. to see all the different things. i'm sorry. >> it is just a relief. >> reporter: they were suppose to head for haiti on thursday, but because of the earthquake, her trip was canceled. >> and we suffer
guilty of violently take shaking a child in her care. peggy fox was the court when the sentence was delivered. >> she betrayed us and my son. >> reporter: erin and michael's 13-month-old child noah doesn't look injured today but a brain hemorrhage he suffered a year ago has left him with serious vision problems, regular seizure and irreversible damage. >> irreversible dodge to my son. we have a life sentence to live with. she does not. >> reporter: they convicted her day care provider of felony child abuse and child endangerment. it found the mother of two, who had run a day care for five years and received training in child care and cpr shook noah so violently that it caused his brain to bleed. >> everyone has a breaking point. she admits the child was crying. she admits she picked the child up and said why are you crying? if a child is crying, seth it down and walk away. >> she denied shaking noah and said he went limp. she performed cpr and called 911. >> the they tried to prove she couldn't have done it challenging the science behind shaken baby syndrome. >> no injuries to n
? >> well, i mean, who's to blame? we hold the president responsible. he owns, you know -- peggy noonan wrote this -- he owns the presidency. he can't just always blame it on the preceding -- he owns the presidency. his stimulus program was lousy, his health care program was lousy, the whole series of programs was lousy, and it means they don't know how to govern. it's not a campaign anymore. he's been on television so many times, nobody wants to listen to him anymore. his audience has dropped by a half. that is damaging to him. he's got to understand he's the president now. he's not a campaigner. and he's got to have a series of programs and he's got to do it in a way where they have a chance to work. >> so, does he need to do what bill clinton did at some point in his presidency after the '94 election. like, wait a minute now, let's look at this. >> right. >> he would go into the oval office, shut the down, and whatever time he was able to use to contemplate bigger issues, he'd also pick up the phone, call outsiders out of washington, get some advice from them. i mean, what about the
of the white house party crashing case. erwin gomez and peggy ioakim groomed michaele and tareq salahi before the couple went into the state dinner without an invitation. today, secret service spent hours questioning the stylists as witnesses in the case. the two revealed very little about what was said inside the district court today. >> we're not going to comment on the questions or the subject matter or any of that. erwin and his salon do respect the confidentiality of their customers. >> it was a very good experience, but as an american citizen i'm here to serve my country. and that's all i have to say. >> the salahis still have not been charged with anything. >>> there's a push to tax alcohol in the state of maryland today. supporters of a ten-cent tax increase on beer, wine and liquor gathered in an annapolis. the tax would lower the number of people who abuse alcohol. they also say the tax could help fund alcohol treatment centers. maryland has the 48th lowest alcohol tax in the nation. the tax proposal has faced strong opposition from the alcohol lobby in annapolis. the maryland gener
copy, joe might even be there. it's going to be exciting. >> peggy, what did you learn today? >> jezy jackson really likes mika. >> norah? >> everybody likes -- >> how many people were in philadelphia last night? >> we had so much fun with governor rendell. >> it was a full house, 500 seats, governor rendell was there. he likes mika too. it was a great event. >> it was so much fun. >> so at fairfield tonight. >> yes. >> at the borders. and then -- >> west hartford tomorrow -- >> on saturday. >> it doesn't stop. >> and by the way, chuck and savannah, we're sorry. i know it usually takes people months to hate us, because we go over, this is probably going to happen for you in a week or so, you probably hate us now, as much as you hate each other. we're really sorry. willie, if it's way too early, what time is it? >> it's 2 after the hour and "morning joe." time now for "the daily rundown" with chuck and savannah. >>> i need help. i need help. >> haiti's cry for help. relief is coming in, but there's no infrastructure, almost no way to get it to them. >> they are desperate this morning f
about this, peggy noonan writing in "wall street journal," she says this -- she's worked in a republican white house as a speechwriter, a very smart woman -- does she have a point there? >> she's a have good writer and everything, yeah, if they shut the government down and try to impeach him, it probably will help him, but the democrats i don't think the president -- you know, the democrats are going to try to do as well as they can in the next election. we'll probably lose some seats. president reagan lost seats in, but the predictions were that you were going to lose more seats, if i remember. >> i have to wonder, james, whether, despite the fact that you got your president reelected in '96, whether you wouldn't have preferred we had not taken over for congress and you had your own majority for the remaining six years. >> on election night in november of 1994, i didn't go, wow, just what we needed. no one wants to lose an election, i promise you. >> there's still plenty of time between now and november, though economists still say, tony, as you well know, that given the population grow
. >>> erwin gomez and peggy iokum groomed michaele and tareq salahi before they got into the white house state dinner apparently without a invitation back in november. the stylest spent hours yesterday testifying before a federal grand jury. they also met with secret service agents inside the courthouse. at this point the salahis themselves have not been charged with any crimes. >>> prince george's county state attorney glenn ivey has decided not to make a run for congress. he held a news conference announcing he wouldn't challenge donna edwards for the fourth conditioningal district. he said he'll finish his term as state attorney and take a break from politics. >> i decided ultimately i didn't have the appetite for another political campaign right now. i'm going to take a little vacation from elective politics, not necessarily retiring permanently. i definitely want to finish out my job as state's attorney. >> ivy says he hopes to continue serving the public in other ways as a private zint. >>> the maryland and virginia general assemblies kick often their knew legislative sessions day. it lo
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